Tag: brain damage

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Brycen is named Hero of the Month for Kids Wish Network & Kids Unlimited Learning Academy

December 11th, 2015

“Brain damage can be a precursor to cerebral palsy” Brycen is only 4 years old and already he embodies the essence of a Hero. He is well spoken, kind, smart, and has been diagnosed with brain damage in addition to cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is characterized by conditions that are mainly orthopedic in nature. These […]

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Myles is just ‘a swingin’

December 7th, 2014

“Even with surgery, Myles is still wheelchair-bound” Wish Kid Myles was born premature and began dealing with life-threatening health issues immediately. Because of his early arrival, doctors wanted to check all his systems and performed a CAT scan as one of many procedures. The scan detected brain damage, and Myles was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. […]

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Mikey’s Magical Wish

May 16th, 2014

“Mikey loved the “Despicable Me” ride” Michael’s medical hardships started before he was born, and his story is nothing short of miraculous. When Michael’s mom was 28 weeks pregnant, she was diagnosed with HELLP syndrome which was causing her body to shut down and putting little Michael in danger. He wasn’t getting the nutrition he […]

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Ben’s Failing Heart Required Life-Saving Surgery

December 2nd, 2013

Ben was born with a cleft palate and a heart murmur. At five weeks old, doctors discovered that he had an extremely rare combination of four heart defects called Tetralogy of Fallot. His blood flow did not carry enough oxygen from his heart to the rest of his body. He was 15 months old when […]

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